Our School


  • It is a patrimonial household.
  • It is located near local parks and restaurants.
  • It is a two-minute walk to the closest subway station.
  • It is surrounded by museums and many cultural attractions.

School Location

Almirante Simpson 014, Providencia Just 2 blocks from the Baquedano metro station, accessible by either the red line (Line 1) or green line (Line 5).


  • Upon arrival we welcome you with a lunch and a walking tour of the city.
  • Our activities are posted every week on our calendars.
  • Kitchen is open for participants' use.
  • Spring water, coffee, tea, milk available all day

Closed Dates 2016

Jan 1 / March 25 / March 6 / May 1 / May 21 / Jun 19 / Jun 27/ Jul 16 / Aug 15 / Sep 18 / Sep 19 / Oct 10/ Oct 23/ Oct 31 / Nov 1 / Dec 17 – 31

Our Teachers

Our teachers are all selected based on their teaching skills, experience in the field and dynamism in their classes. They will guide you through your entire Spanish program at COINED, and help you develop language skills, gaining enough confidence to use the language on an every day basis. ​ The teachers’ main goal is to provide you with all possible tools for you to be completely immersed in the new culture, and enjoy the learning process!
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Percentage of students by nationality

School Facilities

Spacious Classroom 9 spacious classrooms
Meeting Room Students's meeting room
Wifi Wi-fi Conection
Equiped Kitchen Equiped kitchen
Video Room Audio & Video Room
Cyber room
Balconies city view Rooftop terrace with a great view of the Andes mountains
Teacher Room Teachers´ Room

Meet our Staff

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Clotilde Coudenhove

School Director

I am from France, but I spent two years studying in Valdivia, Chile, and now my home is Santiago! I have always loved international experiences and love that I’m able to connect students all over the world with intercultural exchanges through our school here in Santiago and the rest of the globe.

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Edson Pizarro

Academic Coordinator

Besides being a Spanish teacher, I am a poet, dramaturgical, a book editor, and graduate in Spanish and Literature at the University of Chile. I have been a Spanish as a Foreign language teacher at COINED for 4 years, and before that I taught at the University of Chile. Looking to improve my teaching skills, I took courses for teachers in ELE (English as a Foreign Language), to get the chance to share the experiences of other teachers in the field.